A hand pay (or handpay) is a condition where a slot machine cannot pay the patron in the typical manner, requiring the casino staff (such as the floor attendant or cashier) to pay the customer out manually (i.e., by hand).
In casinos which use coin in, coin out systems, a hand pay may be caused by a coin jam, inadequate supply of coins in the machine's hopper to pay the requested amount, or another problem with the coin out mechanism. A hand pay can also be triggered when the win is large enough that the number of coins required to pay out the win would be excessive.
In casinos that use ticket in, ticket out (cashless) systems, a hand pay can be caused by communication or other issues with the ticket printer. More frequently, it is caused by communication problems with the server which tracks and assigns ticket serial numbers.
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Hand pays also occur whenever the amount of the win is over the minimum taxable win amount for the jurisdiction that the machine is in. Hand paying allows a floor attendant to collect the patron's identification and tax ID numbers (such as the Social Security number in the United States), and other pertinent information, such as the winning combination. The patron is then provided with the applicable tax forms. In the United States, a hand pay will normally occur for all wins over $1,200, which is the amount above which winnings must be reported to the IRS; some states may have lower thresholds where the taxes must be reported to the state revenue office. Citizens of the United States winning in that country will receive a W-2G tax form, and often a W-9 form to validate that the Social Security number they provided is correct.
To perform a hand pay, a floor attendant may complete a form which the patron presents to the cash cage to be paid out. In other casinos, the floor attendant will retrieve the funds and pay the patron directly. (The latter is typical for hand pays resulting from taxable wins.) Most casinos will require an electronic record of the hand pay to be made through the slot accounting system.
Double Top Dollar remains a classic slot machine that I expect will be around for a long time to come, and is a favorite of high-limit slot players. In this session I did 'Progressive Betting' of $10, $20 and all the way to $50 Max Bets! You may wonder, where's the $100 max bet Top Dollar? Well, I have that saved for another day!
Double Top Dollar is very volatile and many times it's all about the bonus, which upon trigger provides you up to 4 offers. The first 3 you can either accept or reject with the machine informing you of your best play, by the odds. A feature of Double Top Dollar is that besides amounts, you can also receive 2x multipliers to increase the value of your bonus, many times to Jackpot level, as you will see!
The Top Award is 1000 credits which is automatically accepted although you can possibly also be awarded multipliers for a HUGE JACKPOT - maybe one day, Enjoy!
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Nice video Tim, always love to see the 3 reels! Good to see DTD be nice at Foxies, it was not nice to me last year..I love the slow mo effect on the DD bar bar hit..so dramatic! Cheers and stay safe!
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Double Top Dollar is one of my all-time favorite IGT slots especially when played at high-limit: how can you not like this one?! Top Dollar has so many different variations, such as the 3X4X5X version of mine which has close to a half-million views, help my crest that milestone! Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN09XaB1cz8
That was an awesome session! Glad you posted this video. Thumbs up to ya!
Whew 🏋🏽♀️ you almost blew it 😢 congratulations 🍾🎈🎊🎉
So fun to watch those large bets! Congrats - great hit!
I’m confused at why you always say “thanks for watching”, stop the video then restart with the same machine & same credits! What’s the point?
Your turning into a jack ass that covers his jackpots? Lol wow. And your voice sounds like you make movies for Disney.
ill never understand the way people play these machines, why take any offer if there is always a chance you can win more. I always go to the final offer if I didn't get the jackpot
Always change your credits to cash symbol. Then you'll know your cash value.
Not sure I would have turned down the $1,000 :) Worked out though.
Awesome! I didnt know you played at Foxwoods. I Go there alot!
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So you preferred to take the shitty hand pay jackpot to pay taxes opposed to just take $1000, when could easily make up for the $200-300. I don't even know why people gamble in the states, what a horrid hassle to pay taxes on every hand pay, especially if you're an avid gambler that plays high stakes. A hand pay should be $5,000+ not 1200.
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your voice sounds like someone i know from there that hit 100k years ago at fox tower
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I've played that machine at Foxwoods, overall it's been pretty good to me. Where was the machine you played in the first half of the video?